Boedker has not scored in his past four games and has just four points in the month of March
Boedker is actually right in line with his standard point totals for the season, but his March slump is not a positive sign given that it's also come with reduced ice time following the Senators' unloading at the trade deadline. Given that he's not producing and is a total anchor on your plus-minus numbers, it's best to look elsewhere right now.
Boedker will be a healthy scratch for Sunday's home tilt against the Flames, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
With Ottawa dealing forwards Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel already, the thought was Boedker would see more ice time, but apparently that isn't the case. The 29-year-old has just four points in his past 10 games while averaging 14:05 of ice time. Drake Batherson will likely draw into the lineup and take Boedker's place on the second power-play unit.
Boedker (abdomen) will suit up versus the Blackhawks on Monday, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Boedker was out of action for the previous seven games due to his abdominal injury. The winger figures to slot into a bottom-six spot for now, though the potential departures of Matt Duchene and Mark Stone at the trade deadline could create an opportunity for Bodker to log some additional minutes in a more prominent role.
Boedker (abdomen) is now listed on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
The Senators announced Tuesday morning that Boedker is week-to-week with his injury, so the IR move makes sense. However, Ottawa currently only has 21 players on the active roster, so two more could be in line for a call-up ahead of Wednesday's road game against the Maple Leafs.
Boedker is dealing with a mid-body injury and is considered week-to-week.
The news effectively rules Boedker out for at least the next three games, though it certainly sounds like it could be longer. The Danish winger is sitting with 28 points on the year and should still be able to crack the 30-point threshold for the fourth time in his career this season. The 28-year-old will almost certainly be placed on injured reserve shortly in order to open up a roster spot for a player to be promoted from the minors.
Boedker was missing from Monday's practice due to an undisclosed injury, Steve Lloyd of TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
The team won't have an update on Boedker until Tuesday, per Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun, so fantasy owners will have to take a wait-and-see approach for the time being. The winger missed Saturday's clash with Detroit and should probably be considered questionable at best to play versus the Maple Leafs on Wednesday.
Boedker has five goals and 27 points in 50 games this season.
Boedker hasn't scored a goal since Dec. 15, yet he's still been an effective player offensively thanks to his assist numbers. Coming out of the All-Star break, the Senators' forward will undoubtedly be looking to take better advantage of scoring opportunities and bump up his 7.9 shooting percentage.
Boedker scored a goal with three assists in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Sharks.
All eyes were on Erik Karlsson in his return to Ottawa on Saturday, but instead it was one of the players the defenseman was traded for who stole the show. One of Boedker's helpers came on the power play, and the 28-year-old also chipped in three shots, a blocked shot and a plus-3 rating. The winger had only three points (all assists) in his prior 12 games, and while he got some satisfying revenge against his former club, Boedker's three goals and 16 points in 27 games only put him at the margins of fantasy relevance in shallower formats.
Boedker fashioned a pair of assists -- including a power-play helper -- in Wednesday's 7-4 home loss to the Flyers.
Acquired in the Erik Karlsson trade, Boedker looks comfortable in his new digs. He now has three helpers through his first four games with Ottawa, and Boedker entered this latest contest averaging 3:05 of ice time on the man advantage. The Dane may never live up to his billing as the Coyotes' first-round (eight overall) draft pick, but he still can fly down the ice and create offense with relative ease.
Boedker, Julius Bergman, and a 2020 sixth-round draft pick were traded from the Sharks to the Senators on Tuesday in exchange for Mike Hoffman, Cody Donaghy and a 2020 fifth-round draft selection, Sportsnet.ca reports.
Boedker hasn't quite lived up to his billing as the eighth overall pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. Since then, a 51-point output with Arizona in 2013 has represented his strongest season offensively. The Dane is a blazing fast skater and he's capable of playing either wing for the Senators, but we wouldn't expect his fantasy value to spike for the better. Ottawa ranked 25th in the league in goals per game last season, and now Boedker's moving over to a franchise that has been embroiled by a harassment scandal allegedly involving Hoffman's partner, with the issue centered around Senators captain Erik Karlsson's wife as the apparent victim.
Boedker will play for host Denmark at the IIHF World Hockey Championship, Aaron Vickers of NHL.com reports.
Despite falling short against Vegas, Boedker finished the series strong with four points in the last four games. He'll be the fourth NHL addition to Team Denmark -- joining Frederik Andersen, Oliver Bjorkstrand and Frans Nielsen -- and will presumably be ready for the team's next contest Wednesday against Finland.
Boedker was part of a third-period comeback that ultimately fell short, as he scored a goal and set up another in a 5-3 loss to Vegas on Friday in Game 5.
Boedker finished the year hot and has kept that up during the playoffs, striking for points in three consecutive games in this series. Historically, Boedker averages a point every two games in the playoffs, and it seems that's a reasonable expectation with his ice time up around 14 minutes a night.
Boedker registered a goal and an assist during Thursday's 5-3 loss to Nashville.
The Dane has now collected eight goals and 10 assists through 22 games since mid-February. Boedker's also posted the solid offensive numbers from a secondary scoring role. Still, considering his track record, it's probably wise to temper expectations heading into the 2018-19 campaign.
Boedker had two assists in a 4-3 win over the Oilers on Wednesday.
Even with these two helpers, Boedker only has 30 points in 62 games. However, a lot of the Dane's production has come recently. Over his last 14 games, he's tallied 13 points.
Boedker scored a goal and added an assist in Tuesday's 3-2 win over St. Louis.
Boedker's goal with 4:06 left to play in the second gave his team a 3-1 lead and turned into the game-winner when the hosts managed to draw back within one. He's been scalding hot of late with five goals over the past four games.
Boedker potted two goals in Sunday's 5-2 home win over the Stars.
Don't look now, but the Dane has goals in three straight games, having lit the lamp four times over that span. It seems that the enigmatic winger is finally starting to get comfortable in San Jose, so be sure to take full advantage of the run.
Boedker scored for the second straight game and had an assist in Thursday's win over the Canucks.
Boedker is up to nine goals and 20 points in 50 games and has been a decent depth scorer for the Sharks. The 28-year-old sees time on the second power-play unit and has great skating ability. He's worth owning in some deeper leagues, but Boedker doesn't produce often enough to warrant a look in most leagues.
Boedker scored twice and had an assist in Sunday's win over the Ducks.
Boedker was credited with the game-winning goal on the power play in a convincing 6-2 victory. The 28-year-old hasn't had a great season overall, but he's scored four times in his last five games and saw 17:07 of ice time Sunday -- the most he's seen since the season opener. Boedker has just 15 points through 38 games, but if he continues seeing power-play time, he could be worth an add in some deep leagues.
Boedker logged a minus-1 rating in 8:17 of ice time during Monday night's loss to the Oilers.
Boedker returned to his role in the Sharks' bottom six without much fanfare and is still the owner of just seven points this season. He is thoroughly off the fantasy radar.
Boedker (undisclosed) is projected to be in the lineup against the Oilers on Monday.
Boedker technically remains on injured reserve, but appears ready to suit up following his seven-game absence. The winger's return couldn't come for at a better time as Logan Couture (concussion) has already been ruled out versus Edmonton.
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